Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, July 24, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Senate Hearing Represents A Step Toward Providing Marijuana Banking Access (Marijuana Moment)
// FDA Warns Curaleaf about CBD Marketing Claims (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Juneau Assembly OKs onsite pot smoking (Peninsula Clarion)
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// Marijuana companies protest Utah’s medical pot grower picks (St George News (AP))
// Some NC lawmakers want to ban smokable hemp. It looks too much like marijuana, they say. (Charlotte Observer)
// This Luxury Home Developer is Designing ‘Marijuana Mansions’ for Elite Cannabis Consumers (Civilized)
// Cory Booker Slams Joe Biden’s Marijuana And Criminal Justice Proposal As Inadequate (Marijuana Moment)
// It’s Getting Harder to Fire People for Using Pot (Bloomberg Businessweek)
// AZ Attorney General Wants Lawmakers to Legalize Cannabis, Not Voters (AZ Marijuana)
// Chart: Hawaii’s medical cannabis reciprocity program off to slow start (Marijuana Business Daily)
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